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Some shows may not be appropriate for children, so please check the audience classification and warnings. Information is provided by the performing companies and details may change prior to the performance.
All show times are CST.
Written & performed by Stéphanie Morin-Robert
March 31 at 7:30pm
★★★★★ “HILARIOUS, EMPOWERING AND TOTALLY VULNERABLE”
Sharing the stage with her real-life baby, one-eyed MOTH STORYSLAM CHAMPION and multiple BEST OF FEST winner recounts her pregnancy and epic 56-hour labour as she mines laughs from her most embarrassing sex story yet.
From the creator of the multi-award-winning shows BLINDSIDE, THE MERKIN SISTERS and BUSHEL AND PECK.
Content warnings: Sexual abuse, pregnancy loss, exposed eye socket and skin
by Steve Locke, Jules Stevenson, Kier Mailan & Amber O'Reilly
Presented by SLAM! Team
March 10 at 8pm - Watch archived video on our Facebook and YouTube!
po·et·ry slam, noun; a performance poetry competition judged by audience members
Raw, real, provocative poetry blasting from the lockdown!
Featuring cast members from the Winnipeg Fringe productions SLAM! (2017) and SLAM! 2 (2018): Steve Locke (Winnipeg Poetry Slam Grand Champion), Kier Mailan (Canadian Festival of Spoken Word), Amber O’Reilly (author, Boussole franche) and Jules Stevenson (Selkirk’s Holiday Alley Festival). Host Rob Malo (TiBert Kitchen Party ★★★★★) will be your guide.
New, original work! You can participate as an audience judge. Who will be crowned the SLAMDEMIC! Champion?
Please be mindful: this is raw, real, provocative poetry.
Created by Cuinn Joseph, Connor Joseph, Jacob Herd & Monique Gauthier
Presented by Joseph-Herd Productions
March 12 at 8pm - Watch archived video on our Facebook and YouTube!
After a successful run of their Fringe Festival show, "The Cause," it's back to the drawing board for Joseph-Herd Productions. They have been commissioned to come up with another hit show. This time, they're thinking MUSICAL. From "Balls! The Musical" to a show about the 1876 world fair, watch as Cuinn, Connor, Jacob, and Monique attempt to live up to their Harry S. Rintoul Award-winning reputation.
*All rehearsals were held within the current provincial COVID-19 guidelines.*